Since my freelance gig went under, and so did the community that followed it, I’ve been looking for ways to connect with other writers who also hustle for page hits.
Recently, I discovered SB20. They seem to fit the bill for a social networking platform that meets my needs as an online writer.
From their Facebook page:
Twenty Something Bloggers, the largest online community for twenty-something personal bloggers. http://www.20sb.net/
This is a place for twenty something bloggers to discover and get discovered!
20 Something Bloggers is the best destination on the web for digitally savvy twenty-somethings. Come join our vibrant community to discover new friends, be discovered, and get involved with a wide array of on and offline events.
My only criticism so far is that they can’t figure out if they want to stylize it to Twenty Something Bloggers or 20 Something Bloggers. I want to know for consistency purposes! Oh wait, there’s a forum for that question 🙂
I think this site has a lot of potential, but has a small enough community where you can still be able to interact with people on a fun and manageable scale. It’s a great idea and was executed beautifully; they have integrated lots of cool social networking features like chat, while keeping it simple. I would encourage other bloggers to join.
Hat Tip to Short Stories and Sustenance for hipping me to this site.
Categories: Autobiographical Stories, meta-blogging Tags: 20 Something Bloggers, 20sb, blogging, blogs, community, networking, Twenty Something Bloggers, writers, writing